Pistol-grip air-powered screwdrivers position the user's hand behind the bit-holding chuck to keep the tool steady and control the amount of pressure applied to the bit during fastening. They provide ergonomic handling when working in a range of positions on vertical and horizontal surfaces. The pistol grip has a trigger switch that is pressed to activate the screwdriver.
Inline air-powered screwdrivers align the bit-holding chuck with the tool body to allow fastening in recesses and tight spaces. They also keep the user's forearm in line with the bit to minimize fatigue and allow maximum pressure and control when driving screws into vertical and horizontal surfaces at waist level. They have a lever switch that is pressed with multiple fingers (rather than with a single finger like a trigger throttle) to reduce hand fatigue during extended use.
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